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A description of what the Federal Reserve is and what they do.
In addition to an Adrenaline Rush, there are a lot of physics involved in making rollercoasters so much fun to ride. The Transfer of Energy and Angular Momentum are two of the keys.
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Learn about weather and what causes it.
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Learn exactly what gives money its value.
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